Snow is back in the Valley today as a front tracks across the Great Lakes, providing accumulating snow and windy conditions. Snow showers will move through the area from morning-afternoon with few showers remaining this evening. Accumulation for the Wabash Valley will generally range from 1-2". A secondary front moves through early tomorrow, keeping some light snow in the forecast with minor additions to accumulation of less than an inch. With a gusty south wind, temperatures are slightly higher and more seasonable today in the mid 30s, though gusts near 30mph will keep wind chills a factor. Tonight is colder in the low teens. And speaking of cold, tomorrow we'll only reach the low 20s. A rebound in temperatures arrives this weekend with 30s/40s for Saturday/Sunday. Another shot of snow looks probable Saturday with another couple of inches forecasted. Keep the snow boots close by as the unsettled pattern sticks around.
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